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  • If any of these deadlines were not met a new election should have been held.
  • "I was always up against deadlines on certain things and it got away from me."
  • We went ahead and tried to meet the deadlines but it was just impossible.
  • Canada has not announced any further over-the-air digital conversion deadlines.
  • Construction was undertaken using a fast-track method to meet critical construction and opening deadlines.
  • Applications are typically due in early November, with different deadlines for different scientific fields.
  • Developing internal assessment systems in order to give more attention to work quality rather than deadlines.
  • We weren't given any deadlines and we had complete freedom to do what we wanted.
  • They face a series of deadlines and eventually submit their finished projects.
  • During a radio broadcast on that tour, he related that he often found himself with as many as six deadlines a day.
  • The secretary also set deadlines for putting the plans into effect. Cited from Integration of the Armed Forces, 1940-1965, by Morris J. MacGregor Jr.
  • If we set the deadlines ourselves, we might not perform well.
  • Students are challenged to meet deadlines based on individual academic ability, building self-confidence.
  • Such computer systems may maintain every employee's goals, as well as their deadlines.
  • Sets forth deadlines for the Coast Guard to provide sea service letters to members or former members.
  • Some art directors are self-employed, there for they make their own work schedule and deadlines.
  • The deadlines are that each periodic process must complete within its period.
  • Specific tasks must be completed by certain deadlines or the institution will lose money.
  • Such techniques are often used not only to meet deadlines but also as artistic devices.
  • Deadlines for admission applications are established and published by each college or university.
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Root form of deadlines is deadline for the noun.

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Meaning of deadlines

  • noun The point in time at which something must be completed